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Make a props follow the camera

Hello I want to make props follow the camera ( follow the cursor of the player ) and levitate (as was done in Skyrim for example ) But i don't know how i can do this :/ Can you help me ?

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asked Apr 28 '16 at 09:53 AM in Blueprint Scripting

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i never played skyrim, but there is a node called set actor location that you can use in blueprints, you can use that in the tick event with the x and y set to your cursors x and y and the z to your cursors z plus 10 or something like that

avatar image cyadic Apr 28 '16 at 08:24 PM

Thank you all :D but i find a way to do it : I go to the First Person Camera blueprint ![alt text][1] ![alt text][2] ![alt text][3] And than i make a PhycisHandle and I link it to a scene component ![alt text][4]

I hope it's can help :D [1]: /storage/temp/88802-pickupprops1.png [2]: /storage/temp/88805-pickupprops2.png [3]: /storage/temp/88809-pickupprops3.png [4]: /storage/temp/88810-pickupprops4.png

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you can use the Deproject Screen to World node. grab the mouse position and it will return a world position. Then transform it however you want in 3D space to account for offset.

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answered Apr 28 '16 at 06:46 PM

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